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Partner for talent in your hometown. MMA and the SME Educational Foundation provides a look at PRIME®, a nationwide program developing customizable curricula for local communities.

Partner for talent in your hometown. MMA and the SME Educational Foundation provides a look at PRIME®, a nationwide program developing customizable curricula for local communities.

“With the current labor shortage, it is imperative for Shape to develop talent pipelines. PRIME goes beyond our current method of retraining existing employees and developing co-op programs to actually increase student awareness of manufacturing career opportunities. This program succeeds in bringing the needs of an industry into local high schools and making it part of the curriculum. PRIME is a valuable asset every employer must consider.”
— Julie Davidson, talent acquisition manager, Shape Corp

  • Learn how the PRIME program develops awareness of manufacturing careers
  • Currently there are 40 PRIME schools in 22 states, find out what Michigan programs will be launched soon
  • Begin discussions to develop partnerships in your community
  • Brian Glowiak, ‎Vice President, SME Education Foundation
  • Michael Johnston, Vice President of Government Affairs, MMA

Contact Sarah Martin

Sarah MartinEvent Coordinator
Call 517-487-8521
E-mail martin@mimfg.org

Partner for talent in your hometown. MMA and the SME Educational Foundation provides a look at PRIME®, a nationwide program developing customizable curricula for local communities.

Partner for talent in your hometown. MMA and the SME Educational Foundation provides a look at PRIME®, a nationwide program developing customizable curricula for local communities.

“With the current labor shortage, it is imperative for Shape to develop talent pipelines. PRIME goes beyond our current method of retraining existing employees and developing co-op programs to actually increase student awareness of manufacturing career opportunities. This program succeeds in bringing the needs of an industry into local high schools and making it part of the curriculum. PRIME is a valuable asset every employer must consider.”
— Julie Davidson, talent acquisition manager, Shape Corp

  • Learn how the PRIME program develops awareness of manufacturing careers
  • Currently there are 40 PRIME schools in 22 states, find out what Michigan programs will be launched soon
  • Begin discussions to develop partnerships in your community
  • Brian Glowiak, ‎Vice President, SME Education Foundation
  • Michael Johnston, Vice President of Government Affairs, MMA

Contact Sarah Martin

Sarah MartinEvent Coordinator
Call 517-487-8521
E-mail martin@mimfg.org
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